West Coast flat-rolled prices hold firm
Feb 03, 2014 | 06:20 PM
| Frank Haflich
LOS ANGELES West Coast flat-rolled buyers are seeing no material increase in March prices and little support so far for an April hike.
While import prices have crept up, theres little to indicate that these limited increases will threaten their competitive position with domestic flat-rolled.
"Importers are trying to get their prices up, and theyve been successful, but only for 25 to 50 cents per hundredweight ($5 to $10 per ton) at most" from their previous offers, said one distributor, describing the increases as "not significant."....
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